Council urged to freeze or reduce rates

STEVEN MCAULEY/KEVIN MCAULEY PHOTOGRAPHY MULTIMEDIA..25/SEPTEMBER/2012..Vacancy rates in Coleraine have risen most, doubling since 2011.The figures show a substantial increase in the number of empty shops across Northern Ireland over the past year.They also point to a further widening of the gap with the rest of the UK, where the average vacancy rate is around 11%..PICTURE STEVEN MCAULEY/KEVIN MCAULEY PHOTOGRAPHY MULTIMEDIA

STEVEN MCAULEY/KEVIN MCAULEY PHOTOGRAPHY MULTIMEDIA..25/SEPTEMBER/2012..Vacancy rates in Coleraine have risen most, doubling since 2011.The figures show a substantial increase in the number of empty shops across Northern Ireland over the past year.They also point to a further widening of the gap with the rest of the UK, where the average vacancy rate is around 11%..PICTURE STEVEN MCAULEY/KEVIN MCAULEY PHOTOGRAPHY MULTIMEDIA

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CAUSEWAY Chamber of Commerce is calling on Coleraine Borough Council to either freeze or reduce rates in a positive message to struggling businesses in the area.

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